Scholarship Archive

Posted on March 12, 2018


The Lewis & Clark County Farm Bureau will present two $1000.00 scholarships to students from Lewis & Clark County area schools.


The Lewis & Clark County Scholarship Committee will select the recipient for 2018 based on the following criteria:

  1. Must be an incoming freshman or presently enrolled in college or an accredited vocational educational school.
  2. Scholarship must be used the year it is awarded.
  3. Must be current paid Lewis & Clark County Farm Bureau member, or an immediate member of a current paid Lewis & Clark County Farm Bureau family.
  4.  Will be judged on the following:
  • Scholastic achievement (high school or college grades)
  • Goals – regarding college courses, activities and future
  • What is your major of study and how will you use that to better agriculture?
  • Leadership
  • Community and school activities
  • What are some of the current issues regarding agriculture?

Pick up an application in the counseling center.

Posted on March 12, 2018


The “Courage to Grow Scholarship” was created to help students realize their college dreams.

We don’t want the college dreams and plans of so many young men and women to get lost in the financial shuffle. It takes a lot of determination and courage to forge ahead when sometimes it would be easier to give up.

With the “Courage to Grow Scholarship” we strive to help students achieve their higher education goals. By taking away some of the concerns such as “how will I pay for college”, students can concentrate on their education and focus on the task at hand.

Today’s economy is hard enough on a family, it is our desire to ease some of the financial burden that a college education can put on individuals and their families.

You must be a junior or senior in high school or college student with a minimum GPA of 2.5 or better. U.S. citizens only please.


Posted on March 12, 2018


Two hunter education students (high school juniors or seniors at the time of the deadline date) will be

selected from those who have submitted a 200-WORD essay to the IHEA-USA on the following topic:

Now that you have completed the Hunter Education course, please tell us about your specific hunting or shooting experience and how you applied the knowledge gained from the Hunter Education course.

A Gallery of Guns $2,500 ‘Future Leader in Conservation’ Scholastic Scholarship will be awarded to two high school juniors/seniors—hunter education students—from a pool of essays submitted to IHEA-USA in 2018. Student must submit (1) a copy of their Hunter Education certification card (must be completed prior to submission) and current hunting license if applicable, (2) a copy of their current report card, and (3) biography—along with (4) his/her essay. Under Gallery of Guns, the name of his/her Hunter Education Instructor will also be recognized. Submitted essays will be reviewed by IHEA-USA’s Instructor Advisory Committee for selection. Selected essays will be forwarded to the Publisher of the Hunter & Shooting Sports Education Journal for inclusion in the Fall issue distributed around August 2018.

Please submit your forms to: or mail to: John Sears, IAC Chairman, Attn: Champions of Hunter Education, 10628 Bladensburg Rd., Ottumwa, IA 52501

Visit for additional information and the application.

Posted on March 12, 2018


It is with great pleasure that Last Chance Audubon Society (LCAS) announces the availability of up to two scholarships (for the 2017-2018 school year) for qualified and interested high school seniors who are applying to a college or university to pursue a course of study consistent with National Audubon Society’s goals and interests, and the LCAS mission.

The application file is a .pdf file. Please open the .pdf file and copy the application into a word document. After completing the word document, attach the file to an email and send it to the email address listed in the application guidelines. If there are any questions, you/students should feel free to contact: Janice Miller at 439-5762; or Sumner Sharpe at 443-6536

Complete an application online

Posted on March 12, 2018


There is more to getting into college than good grades and test scores! College Peas Student Standout College Scholarship is for the student who has something special that makes them different from their peers. To qualify for the College Peas Standout Student Scholarship you must be a current high school student and:

  • Be a current high school student that Intends to enroll full-time at a four-year college.
  • Have a minimum GPA of 2.0/4.0.
  • Submit a short essay describing a special skill, talent or interest that helps you standout from your peers.

The essay should be no longer than 100 words. Scholarship amount: $400 + a free college admissions consultation with Mike Moyer. An application deadline has not been set for this round and, therefore, no award date. You may still apply, however.

Visit for additional information.

Posted on March 12, 2018


Our Company will choose three deserving winners this year, whose essays will be the most eye-catching and contain fresh ideas. But still you should notice that you can take part only once in this competition. Award permissibility: To suit all requirements you should be either a Graduate or an Undergraduate. In case you are studying in High School, you must add acceptance letter from university or college that has accreditation.

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Posted on March 9, 2018


Qualifications for this $1,500 freshman year scholarship:

  • 3.25 – 4.00 GPA
  • Played football 4 years at Helena High School
  • Participated in track 4 years at Helena High School
  • Committed to pursing a college degree at a Montana college/university

Pick up an application in the counseling center.

Posted on March 6, 2018


The family of Shawn Moothart, a former student at HHS, provides the $1,000 scholarship to a graduating Helena High Student.


  • Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0
  • Must be planning to attend a Montana post-secondary institution under the Montana University system
  • Must be planning a career in a vocational or technical field

Application Requirements:

  • Submit a letter of application in narrative form cover the following topics:
    • Financial need
    • Your education plans
    • Your career plans following completion of schooling
    • Honors or awards won in high school
  • Attach a copy of your transcript
  • Include one letter of recommendation from a teacher or an adult (not relative) who knows you well.

Deadline: Application must be returned to the Career Counselor in the Counseling Center by Friday, April 27th, 2018.


Posted on March 6, 2018


The Wyatt Winfield Memorial Scholarship is dedicated to the memory of Wyatt Winfield, a 2012 graduate of Helena High School. He was tragically killed in a vehicle accident in 2013.


  • Application Deadline: April 13, 2018, 4;00pm, submit to the counseling office
  • Candidates: High School senior who is pursuing a career in the CTE field, such as Auto tech, Business, computer Sciences, construction, Culinary, Drafting, Early Childhood, Medical tech, Networking, Textiles or Welding
  • Scholarship recipient will be notified by May 15, 2018
  • Scholarships will go directly to the institution the student is attending to pay for academic expenses
  • Scholarship is funded by the Wyatt Winfield “Be Tough” Foundation


  • Applicant must be a senior who is on track to graduate
  • Applicant must be accepted into a post-secondary CTE program by April 13, 2018. Letter of acceptance must be included in the scholarship application
  • Applicant must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above
  • Selection will be based on academic performance, personal statement of academic goals in a skilled trade career and letters of recommendation.

For additional information and the application come to the counseling center.

Posted on March 5, 2018


The Eve Weaver O’Connell Scholarship is providing scholarships for deserving students. The Center for Scholarship Administration, Inc. (CSA), a non-profit, independent organization is the facilitator of the program.

Eligibility Requirements:

Applicants must:

  • Be a graduating high school senior.
  • Be a U.S. citizen or permanent legal resident.
  • Be within the middle one-third in scholastic standing.
  • Demonstrate financial need.
  • Demonstrate traits of high personal character, leadership, a willingness to further his or her education in college, and adaptability in associating with other students.
  • May attend any accredited college or university in Montana.

 Apply online at